Recent allegations of severe discrimination against minorities on the set of the Broadway musical ‘Hamilton’ demonstrate that simply hiring a diverse group of people is not enough for a truly inclusive environment, argues guest columnist Caelan Reeves CM ’24.
TSL columnist Caelan Reeves CM ’24 writes about this year’s diverse Oscar nominations and the cost of pleasing the Academy.
Food columnist Stephanie Du SC ’21 discusses the disparities and difficulties of being a person of color consuming or creating food and food media. “We must acknowledge that each culture is different and food inequality exists. Respecting our differences and being conscious of our language and actions are steps forward to showing appreciation for varying cuisines and cultures,” she writes.
Miriam Merrill plans to prioritize inclusion, diversity and mental health as new Pomona-Pitzer athletic director.
Pomona College is a predominantly white institution. This is true regardless of which statistics are flaunted and which programs are in place
The need-aware admissions system used by Pitzer and Scripps is keeping out low-income students and people of color.
Political correctness and common courtesy are not the threast to free speech that conservatives make them out to be.
Diversity, complex as it may be, must include an ideological component in order to properly represent the wide variety of identities people hold.
I arrived at Pomona College on a Saturday last August having traveled 2,000 miles from home, familiar with practically no one on campus and terrified of the journey I was about to start. Two days later, I hopped on a bus and spent four days backpacking in Sequoia National Park.
Orientation Adventure will still have the same trips, it will just be for sophomores — so moving it isn’t a big deal, right? Wrong: This simple move will completely change the dynamics of orientation, effectively cancelling OA and replacing it with a sophomore shadow of itself. The transition to college